Semester Spanish Programs in Malaga
3 to 12-Month Spanish Courses at Malaga University
This Spanish language program is a semester course starting at the beginning of October, January, April or July . Students can choose to sign up for any number of semester terms, each term lasting approximately 3 months (225 hours).
The Semester Spanish language course includes 4 to 5 hours of daily lessons , either from 10am to 2pm, or from 10am to 3pm. The daily number of hours varies depending on whether there is a bank holiday that week; during weeks with bank holidays the daily lessons are increased to 5 to compensate for any hours lost, and during the rest of the time there are 4 lessons per day.
Semester Programs at Malaga University
- 1, 2, 3 or 4 semester semesters each with 225 lessons.
- Semesters begin in October, January, April and July.
- 6 Levels (from Beginners (A1) to Mastery (C2))
- 22,5 ETC credits available per term
- Minimum age: 16
- 9-15 students per class.
- Included in course fees: Books, and basic medical insurance.
|Starting Dates||20 spanish lessons per week|
|1 TERM||08 Jan 2018 to 23 Mar 2018||1890€|
|03 Apr 2018 to 20 Jun 2018||1890€|
|02 Jul 2018 to 19 Sep 2018||1890€|
|01 Oct 2018 to 21 Dec 2018||1890€|
|2 TERMS||08 Jan 2018 to 20 Jun 2018||3780€|
|03 Apr 2018 to 19 Sep 2018||3780€|
|02 Jul 2018 to 21 Dec 2018||3780€|
|3 TERMS||08 Jan 2018 to 19 Sep 2018||5670€|
|03 Apr 2018 to 21 Dec 2018||5670€|
|4 TERMS||08 Jan 2018 to 21 Dec 2018||7560€|
- Learn Spanish in one of Spain’s top universities
- Completely updated amenities and only a 2 minute walk from the beach.
- Quick, easy registration and payment process.
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Who can Participate?
Anybody can participate on the Semester Spanish language and Spanish cultural courses, no matter what your existing Spanish level is. The majority of students attending these courses are people who have just finished secondary schooling or university in their home country, or who want to take a break from their studies to learn or improve their Spanish language. Additionally, there are a number of other types of students, such as young business professionals taking a sabbatical from work to study Spanish, or people interested in settling down in Spain and needing to speak the language.
Semester Spanish Course Further Information
The courses are divided into 6 different levels as per the European Framework, from Beginners (A1) to Mastery (C2). Students take an entry-level examination upon arrival, consisting of a written and oral test, and are then placed in groups according to their existing Spanish language skills, with 9-15 students per class.
The classes for the first 3 Spanish language levels focus on improving student's Spanish language skills through an integrated method that combines a communicative approach with structured learning of grammar and syntax. For 2 hours per day you will focus on Spanish language and Spanish grammar, and during the other 2 hours, on practicing communication in Spanish.
Students placed in the 3 most advanced levels have 2-3 daily hours of Spanish language and Spanish grammar, which focus on perfecting your Spanish language skills. During the last 1-2 hours, the higher-level students attend special Spanish culture classes that include topics such as Spanish literature, Spanish history, Spanish cinema, Spanish art, physical and political geography, Spanish economy, commercial Spanish, and society and politics. The Spanish cultural courses are usually lectured by Malaga University professors who are specialised in the given subject.
Each Semester Spanish course has a specific start date and length, which are indicated in the table below. On this course, you can obtain the Attendance Certificate as long as you participate in 80% of the classes, and also the Malaga University Certificate with your final grade and skill level if you pass the examination at the end of your course. Each Semester Course term is 225 hours long with 22,5 ECTS credits available per term.Register Now!
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